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 • BUYERS GUIDE • GEARBOXES FOR SERVOMOTORS POWER + PRECISION INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION


BUYERS GUIDE 01622 699126


ServoFit®


P Planetary Gear Unit


Helical gearing for extremely quiet running and backlash stability. Robust solid shaft.  Gear ratio range: 3 – 100  Acceleration torque: 10 – 3000 Nm


www.stober.co.uk Phone 01543 458 858


GRIPPING SYSTEMS & ROBOT ACCESSORIES INDUSTRIAL PC SOLUTIONS


Market leading manufacturer of quality gripping and automation systems. Parallel, angular and centric grippers / rotary, swivelling and linear units / robot toolchanger systems / anti collision, overload protection & insertion units / force sensors / rotary (electric / pneumatic) feed through units / Lirax linear units for gantry applications and compact linear units with intergrated energy feed through for pick and place applications.


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Cromwell Business Center, 10 Howard Way, Interchange Park, Newport Pagnell MK16 9QS Tel: 01908 611127 Fax: 01908 615525 E-mail: info@gb.schunk.com Web: www.gb.schunk.com


INNOVATION AWARDS


• Supports AMD Embedded GX-201HA SOC, GX-217GA SOC or GX420CA SOC • Integrated AMD Radeon HD210E/ HD8280E/HD8400E Graphics • 24-bit dual channel LVDS • DDR3, 1333/1600 SDRAM • mSATA Nand Flash socket • Dual Gbe LAN • Serial ATAIII RAID


• Industrial grade components • Local design-in support • Long product life • Cost effective design • Two year warranty


M12UK


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